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10 news at noon starts now. i'd advise mr. trump to stop wining case to get votes. okay. >> yeah. president obama throwing fuel on the fear this morning with the election just three weeks away and the final presidential debate tomorrow night. >> and with these elections coming our way, guess what, the candidates are too. big election coming to arizona, well-known democrats here in our state hoping for a hillary clinton win in our traditionally republican state. >> while much of the negative news in recent weeks has been
hillary clinton who is being criticized as more hacked e-mails from her campaign are released. fox's garrett tinny kicks off our coverage this afternoon. >> hillary clinton might be up in the polls, but her e-mail controversies seem inescapable. in addition to wikileaks releasing a new batch of e-mails om podesta -- in an attempt to change the classification of at least one of hillary clinton's e-mails. both agencies say the deal never took place. >> we have looked into this. there was no quid pro quo ever suggested. there wasn't even an inkling of that. >> but that hasn't stopped republican presidential nominee donald trump from calling this worse than watergate. >> this is a criminal act, a conspiracy that included hillary
of 33,000 e-mails. >> trump's wife melania speaking out for the first time since a tape of her husband talking lewdly about women surfaced. >> all of the allegations should be handled in a court of law. >> reporter: while clinton is taking a break from the campaign trail to prep for the final debate, her daughter, chelsea clinton, first lady michelle obama, and senator bernie sanders are in arizona hoping to win over the traditionally red leaning state. both candidates will square off for the final debate tomorrow night, which will be moderated by our very own chris wallace, and you can watch it right here on fox. in washington, i'm garrett tenney, fox news. >> that debate starts at 6:00 and our own john hook and steve krafft will be reporting live from the debate in las vegas before or after the big event. polls here are showing a very close between trump and
democrats are pulling out all of the steps. they think they have a chance to win arizona, a state that hasn't voted for a democratic presidential candidate in 20 years. right now people are gathering in flagstaff to hear from bernie sanders. were going to carry the speech on fox news now. we'll have a full report on what he has to say on fox 10 news at 5:00. after flagstaff, he heads to tuscon. tomorrow chelsea clinton will be campaigning for her mother at 1:00 p.m., just hours before the third and final presidential debate. and on thursday, the first lady michelle obama heading to the valley appearing at a democratic early vote rally. well, one of the most closely watched races in arizona is the race for maricopa county sheriff. sheriff joe arpaio facing what
from democrat paul penzone. both candidates appearing on our morning show this morning. paul penzone tells us it's time for a change, but sheriff arpaio says he has something penzone doesn't. >> i think i have the experience, look at my experience around the world. this is dangerous times. we have terrorism. where do you think that emanates from? the middle east, mexico. who worked there too, the sheriff did, sheriff. >> my opponent on many occasions will just talk about putting people in their place and it is not his job to monitor them anymore. i completely disagree. you provide them oversight to ensure that you know what's going on in your organization. >> polls indicate that this may be the tightest race that arpaio has faced since he became sheriff. >> and one of the reasons maybe is because sheriff arpaio is a step closer to possibly facing criminal contempt charges.
an order showing why arpaio should be charged with criminal contempt, saying that they have extensive evidence that he continually violated a judge's order by continuing immigration sweeps when he was ordered to stop them. a bizarre story, police stay 53-year-old benjamin wigginses threw lighter fluid on his girlfriend and tried to set fire to them. she was not seriously hurt. police say some of her stuff as well. this all came after he allegedly threw a beer can at her face. he faces several charges, including arson. a father sadly shot his own two daughters before killing himself. today police identified the father. 36-year-old jerad arismendez.
crash this morning that shut down a busy direction intersection. four cars collided at 43rd avenue and van buren. you are looking at the mangled mess right here. two of the six who were hurt were rushed to the hospital in serious condition. one of them had to be cut out of their car using the jaws of life. >> a highway up in northwestern arizona closed after a crash involving a semi-truck full of hogs. the semi was hauling 172 of them slammed into a barrier, and you can see some of the hogs there off to the side of the we are told a few of them killed, many escaped, some passing drivers even rushed in to corral them. today we learned how much of an increase social security recipients will be getting in their next checks. they will probably want to go on a spending spree. the arizona cardinals take on the jets, and the game, it's a blowout. >> yeah, in a good way. >> and we have sunshine, lots of
i learned as a police officer and a businessman you should never abuse people's trust. unfortunately, today too many politicians either serve their party or themselves, and arizona families suffer. the arizona republic called paul babeu a disgrace. babeu spent $28,000 of taxpayer money at a five-star resort for using public money to promote himself. o'halleran: i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this message, because you deserve leaders you can trust. you are watching fox 10 news at noon, with troy hayden and syleste rodriguez. one match this afternoon, social security recipients, they
of one. the increase is just 0.3%. for most people, it's about $four a monthment it's so low because inflation is low, driven in part by fuel prices and social security payouts tied to social security payments. the average social security payment is a little over $1,200 a month. a tuscon mom is recovering after her two-year-old gets his hands on a gun and then accidentally shoots her. the pima county says the gun was not locked up and then was left unattended. the mother was shot in the arm while trying to grab the gun from her son. she'll be okay. . also, opening statements begin today in the trial over "rolling stone" magazine over its now discredited story about a gang rape at the university of virginia. the article told the harrowing story of a woman identified only as jackie, who claim she was raped by seven men in a
a police investigation found no evidence to backup jackie's claims. the attorneys are suing for defamation. the cardinals trounced the new york jets last night. it is good to be on the good side of a blowout. david johnson, boy, was this guy a beast. he has those two quick shifts, and look at how fast he is. what, do you want to say something syleste? >> i want to give the offensive line a little props here blocking for him. >> absolutely. well, we are inclusive. >> yeah. >> he now leads the league with eig eight rushing owndowns because his line is good. 203 passing yards, the defense also looks strong, holding new york to just a field goal. they are now 3-3, and the next game is a big test. they are going to host the dreadeded seattle seahawks. >> that's going to be a good game. > on sunday night.
still to come on fox 10 news at noon, donald trump's boyhood home, surprisingly modest maybe. i always heard his dad is a really rich guy, now giving it up for auction. >> maybe trump will go back, back to his roots. and first, the calendar says fall but it's looking a lot like winter. >> i would like to see fall around here. this may not be the week for it. november has to come soon.
james p. walsh: to keep our community safe - we need a sheriff who will put fighting violent crime ahead of his own political agenda. decorated crime-fighter for over 20 years. a police officer, undercover investigator, and dea task force agent of the year. paul penzone caught murderers, put drug kingpins behind bars, and created award-winning programs that protect our community. paul penzone...
a snowstorm dusted the donner area over the weekend, and some parts of thick enough that driver had to break out their tire chains. just as quickly as snow came, it was gone. warm weather is expected the rest of the week. having fun out there. >> the donner party, when they all ate each other -- >> oh, gosh that's awful. >> what is it? when they ate each other, the smile slowly goes away. >> yeah, no way. worst party ever. they keep calling it the donner party. >> started okay, but the or deser-- >> you grew up not far from there. >> it's well-known in northern california what happened with them. you don't mess with the mountains in winter. >> how did you escape? >> yeah, only a few people survived. i read a great book on that. i recommend that.
>> if you are having lunch, we are sorry. >> i had nothing to do with it. >> good call. >> a lot of sunshine, going to be quite a couple of days if you do love the sun. that's why we are all out here. there is lots more in store. temperatures are looking okay now, winds out of sky harbor out of the southeast at about six. check out the numbers. here's your almanac, first of all the relative humidity on 25%, on the slow side, the dew point at 46 so we are not going to s m rainfall here as we push towards your weekend. it's just not moist enough out there. 88 is your usual high, record at 103 coming in 2003, sunset tonight if you're counting at 5:50, fair skies all over the place. getting into southern california, everything looks good there. you have got to get all the way up here into oregon and on into
right now. look for lots more of that sun, and again temperatures steady for now but they are going to be building as we work our way on into about thursday and friday. but here's the way that we stand at the moment, 77 in globe, man it's perfect in show low, 68 degrees there. window rock looks gorgeous as well at 69. 62 in flagstaff, and again, numbers are looking pretty normal. tomorrow morning now going to be a cool one, especially in the high we bottomed out in mid-40s in flagstaff today, maybe low 30s tomorrow. indian summer on the way for the midwest, 81 degrees in st. louis now, mid-80s in memphis, even in chicago it's 73, 73 in mid october, that's a pretty good number for the windy city. cool air though still trying to spill in across the northern rockies, but even see those numbers are still pretty good. you get into the 50s in montana in october, that's doing pretty well. as far as big weather goes, there's just not much of it.
scattered showers across washington and oregon. here's your day, 82 for winslow, 88 for bullhead city, 88 in nogales this afternoon as well, and we'll call it about 74 in payson. into the night, chris up north, 33 for flagstaff, 43 for show low and st. john's and winslow as well. on we go then into your forecast. again it's an easy one with just climbing temperatures really. by the time we hit hopefully that will be our sc zeni zenith, our apex. >> it will never get hotter than 96 for the rest of the year? >> don't you double down. >> they are putting you on the spot. >> i already promised no more one hundreds sometime ago, and troy held my feet to the fire. i did a big apology tour.
>> at least 30. i have got your back, core of. >> i hope the 96 is the hottest we see sliding down for the rest of the year. tyler perry's character madea is right back. >> madaya -- >> i have never seen a madea movie. >> they are really good, quite funny. you may remember him from the beverly could you forget that face? up next, a story that might make you feel really old, maybe not. what pulled hammy? advil liqui - gels make pain a distant memory nothing works faster stronger or longer what pain? advil. you wouldn't believe what's in this kiester. a farmer's market. a fire truck. even a marching band. and if i can get comfortable talking about this kiester,
vote, 14% were registered to vote. and we are not supposed to talk about it, and you republican leaders say, oh, everything is peachy dorie, right? and it also found noncitizen voting may have given democrats the pivotal 60th vote needed to pass obamacare. it's "the washington post," not me. the system is also rigged by the donors giving hundreds of millions of dollars t hillary clinton's campaign. it's rigged. it's a bad system. the reason hillary clinton pushes -- >> okay, donald trump there in colorado. you can see he's got the colorado flags behind him, talking about the election, and you can watch this, if you would like, on our facebook page just go to fox 10 phoenix and you can check it out. >> also speaking right now -- >> this is tim kaine. >> yes, a tim kaine rally in
people. so we'll be carrying this a little bit later today as well. >> entertainment news, 19 musicians are nominated to be inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame, syleste. >> that's right, tupac shakur, janet jackson, and shaka khan, peril jam and others. >> i can't believe journey is not in yet. they were huge, too, huge. just in time for halloween, tyler perry and the cast of boo, madea halloween hit the red carpet last night for a premier. the comedy ensues and hits the theaters on friday. >> ready to feel old?
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on the next fox 10 arizona morning. >> hey, everybody, it's ron hoon. as the temps fall, it's crock pot time. and we have got a great life hack to help the cleanup go a lot easier for you from now on. and if you have ever thought about going with a more rustic look in your home, meet the guy who get the wood straight off
well, donald trump's childhood home is going on the auction block. looking to move core? >> no. >> no? >> pretty happy. >> it's a nice spot. >> is it in queens? >> well, yeah, it's queen. it's a beautiful home. he grew up there, four years old. the current owners bought it $800,000, suggested opening bid, $850,000. so the auction takes place tomorrow. so there you go. >> thanks for watching. >> have a great day.
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